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1. The airline began the 1990s with plans to lease 24 Boeing 737-400s from International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC).

2. The system was operational in all the carrier's Boeing 737-400s by April 1999.

3. Alaska replaced the 737-200s with six reconfigured 737-400s between 2006 and 2007.

4. Alaska Airlines also retired their passenger 737-400s in March 2018, making it the last major airline operating the 737 Classic.

5. In the same year, Asiana had nine Boeing 747-400s, ten Boeing 767-300s and eight Boeing 737-400s.

6. Upon this discovery the remaining 99 Boeing 737-400s then in service were grounded and the engines modified.

7. Over the years, Luxair gradually introduced further jet aircraft: Boeing 737-400s and Boeing 737-500s;

8. Jetstar Pacific embarked on its fleet modernisation plan in 2009, as it replaced several Boeing 737-400s with leased A320s.

9. In 1993 two of the 737-200s were replaced by Boeing 737-400s, leaving the Boeing 737-200C to soldier on for a little while longer.

10. In 1990 and 1991, two Boeing 737-400s were also placed into service.

11. In January 2005, it was announced that Air Polonia was planning to resume operations with three Boeing 737-400s, but as of September 2019 it had not happened.

12. These were replaced with seven brand-new 737-400s, making Air UK Leisure first European operator of the -400 in October 1988.

13. Another 5 Boeing 737-400s were transferred from Royal Air Maroc to expand services to Belgium, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom.

14. In 2001, Boeing 737-400s were deployed on a new route linking Urumqi with Hong Kong.

15. At this point, Direct Air began operating flights using Boeing 737-400s owned by Xtra Airways.

16. the runway has been used by Airbus 320s, Boeing 727-200s, Boeing 737-400s, Boeing 737-700s, and Cessna 150s.

17. Plans also call to widen the apron so that it will be able to handle 11 Boeing 737-400s and 2 Boeing 767-300ERs, and expansion of the terminal.

18. NAC operates a fleet of Boeing 737-300s and Boeing 737-400s within the state of Alaska, and widebody Boeing 767-300 services throughout the Caribbean and South America.

19. The airline went on to operate seven Boeing 737-400s on both charter and scheduled services and to base aircraft at Manchester and Gatwick Airport as well as Stansted.

20. On 29 March 1996 the airline introduced the first of three Airbus A320s into service to replace the Boeing 737-400s.

21. In November 2006 the airline received authorization for Part 121 operations and began flying three Boeing 737-400s.

22. The maximum capacity of the parking apron is one Airbus, two Boeing 737-400s, two Fokker 50 and two Twin Otter or similar aircraft.

23. Flair began adding Boeing 737-400s to its fleet in 2008 and 2010 to replace the 727-200s.

24. The last two Boeing 737-400s, the last Boeing 737 Classics, were delivered to CSA Czech Airlines on February 28, 2000.

25. The 19 737-200s were gradually handed to their owners, while seven 737-400s and seventeen 737-500s were delivered until 1994.

26. LOT Charters was scheduled to close its operations in October 2013, as LOT removed all of its Boeing 737-400s used by LOT Charters out of its fleet.

27. Air New Zealand inspected all fifteen of their 737-300s and Qantas inspected four of their 21 737-400s.

28. Several of the thirty-seven 737-400s operated by Malaysia Airlines were also to be inspected.

29. These were predominantly leased Boeing 737-400s, with one Boeing 737-800 from September 2015.

30. Initially they used a fleet of two Boeing 737-400s, operated by Xtra Airlines.